陌生化理論視角下的納蘭性德詞

Title
陌生化理論視角下的納蘭性德詞
Other Titles
A Study on the Ci of NaLanXingDe from the Perspective of Defamiliarization.
Author
변성규
Keywords
Nalanxingde; Nalan Ci; Shklovsky’s Defamiliarization; Deformation of creativity; Delay of the structure
Issue Date
2015-12
Publisher
한국중국학회
Citation
중국학보 v. 76, Page. 143-161
Abstract
Qing Dynasty Ci poet Nalanxingde, although died young, leave his name to posterity with extraordinary artistic talent. Nalan Ci is very popular since the Qing Dynasty, and still have a lasting artistic vitality. Hiscollection "Ci of drinking water" shows a unique personality and distinctive artistic style. In this paper, I discuss three main areas, that is, the defamiliarization of language, deformation of creativity, delay of the structure of Nalan Ci from the perspective of Shklovsky’s Defamiliarization. First, it discusses language defamiliarization of Nalan Ci from the two aspects, that is, imaged efamiliarization and transformation of poetic word used by the previous verse.Second, it discusses deformation of creativity of Nalan Ci from the two aspects, that is, extraordinary combination of language and differential sense under the time space conversion. Third, it discusses delay of the structure of Nalan Ci. Repeat approach causes delays and repeated delays and delay tactics postpone climax. In the meantime, the reader appreciate the wonderful repeatedly and prolonged psychological process of artistic experience increases the strength and depth of feeling. Nalan Ci combines not logically related groups together. This combination creates extraordinary aesthetic psychological distance, forming an unfamiliar language. The reader thereby obtain a new sense of language, and the text also leave unlimitedly extended aesthetic charm
URI
http://kiss.kstudy.com/thesis/thesis-view.asp?key=3455391http://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/102006
ISSN
1226-850x
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COLLEGE OF LANGUAGES & CULTURES[E](국제문화대학) > CHINESE STUDIES(중국학과) > Articles
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